Toile baby bedding is a common way to outfit a crib for many parents. It has been a popular interior decoration theme for quite a long time, having been first introduced by the French in the 18th century. The word “toile” comes from the French phrase “Toile de Jouy”, which translates to “cloth from Jouy-en-josas”, referring to a small town in northern France.
Toile baby bedding features highly intricate artwork most often of pastoral scenes such as picnics, or children at play. These patterns are almost always monochromatic, the most common colors being red, black, or blue. The pattern is almost always printed on a white or off-white colored background.
Toile baby bedding is often chosen by parents that are looking for a classic design idea. This style of bedding conjures up images of old world traditions and culture. However, depending on the material used, these bedding sets can often be quite expensive.